Instrumental works : live performance recordings, 1986-1999 / Elliott Gyger.
Featured Australian works
||Arclight (1990) for full orchestra
Recorded/performed at: Odeon Theatre, Hobart, on 1 Sep 90.
|Elliott Gyger||Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, David Porcelijn||13 mins, 2 sec.|
||Lush (1993) for piccolo and piano||Elliott Gyger||8 mins, 45 sec.|
||Movement for small orchestra (1986) for full orchestra||Elliott Gyger||10 mins, 1 sec.|
||Seven pieces of orchestra (1993) for seventy players||Elliott Gyger||15 mins, 10 sec.|
||Sound crossing (1999) for three brass players||Elliott Gyger||15 mins, 51 sec.|
||Unfurling (1992) for brass and percussion||Elliott Gyger||2 mins, 42 sec.|
Duration: 66 min.
Contents note: Movement for small orchestra -- Arclight -- Unfurling -- Seven pieces of orchestra -- Lush -- Sound crossing.
Performers: Queensland Theatre Orchestra (Movement for small orchestra) ; Richard Mills (conductor: Movement for small orchestra) ; Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra (Arclight) ; David Porcelijn (conductor: Arclight ; Seven pieces of orchestra) ; Members of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra (Unfurling) ; Elgar Howarth (conductor: Unfurling) ; Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (Seven pieces of orchestra) ; Amanda Chominsky (piccolo: Lush) ; Simon Docking (piano: Lush) ; Rick Trostel (trumpet: Sound crossing) ; Bill Paulick (horn: Sound crossing) ; Nathan Bastuscheck (euphonium: Sound crossing).
Capture session: Movement for small orchestra recorded at Cremorne Theatre, QPAC, Brisbane on 25 October 1986 ; Arclight recorded at National Orchestral School (NOCS), Odeon Theatre, Hobart on 1 September 1990 ; Unfurling recorded Sydney Town Hall on 21 May 1993 ; Seven pieces of orchestra recorded at National Orchestral Composers' School (NOCS), Adelaide Town Hall on 9 September 1993 ; Lush recorded at Old Darlington School, Sydney University on 4 December 1993 ; Sound Crossing recorded at Crossound Festival Concert Hall, Sitka, Alaska, on 3 September 2000.
Non-commercial recording - for study purposes only.
Score: Arclight / Elliott Gyger.
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